So, how well prepared are you for writing your way to job search success? Do you know what to say and how to say it properly? Should you reveal your salary expectations and references in writing? How honest should you be about your background? Should you include an objective and personal information on your resume? When is it appropriate to e-mail, fax, or mail a resume and letter? To whom should you address your correspondence? What's the best way to design and produce your resume? Should you spend money on blasting your resume to hundreds of employers? What follow-up methods work best? Where can you get expert help in writing a first-class resume? What types of cover letters work best? Answers to these and dozens of other important job search questions are detailed in this unique user-friendly book by two of America's leading career experts. The book also includes sample resumes and letters along with a wealth of illustrations, self-assessment devices, and evaluation exercises to help you produce outstanding resumes, applications, and letters. Whether you have a hot or not-so-hot background, don't write to an employer without first consulting the many sound tips outlined in this special book.For example, at a general level, an objective that follows this format might be stated as follows: I would like a job where ... a resume as a job-targeted objective: Retail Management position which will use sales/customer service experience andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Resume, application and letter tips for people with hot and not-so-hot backgrounds|
|Author||:||Ron Krannich, Caryl Krannich, Caryl Rae Krannich|
|Publisher||:||Impact Pubns - 2006-05-30|